1. Open Access Archaeology Digest #487

    Your Open Access (free to read) Archaeology daily:

    A Late Bronze Age Burial from Orrock near Burntisland
    http://bit.ly/173MKRo

    On a Monument in the Cloister of St. Maria Annunziata, at Florence
    http://bit.ly/180tFKg

    The ‘turning’ of Scotland
    http://bit.ly/11SiEuf

    Mediaeval Military Architecture in England
    http://bit.ly/16fmcGf

    Knives in early Saxon burials: blade length and age at death
    http://bit.ly/15UY235

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  2. Open Access Archaeology Digest #486

    Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    Engraved Stones of Orange County
    http://bit.ly/1nv0qwh

    Notice of a Crannog discovered in Lochleven, Kinross-shire, on 7th September 1887.
    http://bit.ly/186h6Aj

    The art of the Book of Deer.
    http://bit.ly/115ICbC

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  3. Open Access Archaeology Digest #485

    Open Access (free to read) articles:

    Account of the Excavation of the Roman Station at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1901:- (II) Description of the Plans.
    http://bit.ly/16RKJmo

    [CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION] Working with local museums: a case study from eastern Indonesia
    http://bit.ly/1rgbjC5

    Catering for Pilgrims: Petrographic Analysis of Late Antique Kitchenware from the Monastery of St Lot at Deir ‘Ain ‘Abata, Jordan
    http://bit.ly/1rgbjCf

    Stone finds in context: a contribution to the study of later prehistoric artefact assemblages.
    http://bit.ly/12o4ViP

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  4. Open Access Archaeology Digest #484

    Open Access (free to read) archaeology articles for everyone:

    Notices of Recent Discoveries in Chester Cathedral, illustrative of the original arrangement of that structure in Norman and later times
    http://bit.ly/XKMKkG

    Notice of a Cist with an Urn, found at Noranside, Parish of Fern, Forfarshire. And Notices of Stone Cists found at different times within the Parish.
    http://bit.ly/1aAAPLd

    Some Examples of Nottingham Alabaster-Work of the Fifteenth Century
    http://bit.ly/181zagt

    Notices of the King’s Master Gunners of Scotland, with the Writs of their Appointments, 1512-1703.
    http://bit.ly/ZfOTjs

    On the Cairns of Arran, No. III. With a Notice of a Megalithic Structure at Ardenadam, on the Holy Loch.
    http://bit.ly/16wCpc6

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  5. Open Access Archaeology Digest #483

    Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles:

    The introduction of the first farming communities in the western Mediterranean: the Valencian region in Spain as example
    http://bit.ly/1p2T0yr

    A Roman Burial from Armagh Road, Old Ford
    http://bit.ly/Zp7Feu

    The Bourne Society - 14 years of archaeological excavation
    http://bit.ly/14f5FVB

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  6. Open Access Archaeology Digest #482

    Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    An Ambassador to Russia in the early Seventeenth Century
    http://bit.ly/14CokZ0

    The Cemetery at Fort Ross: What Does It Tell Us about Those Who Lived There?
    http://bit.ly/1lMRXmV

    Roman Public Baths
    http://bit.ly/16zWpOu

    Archaeological evidence from Lubeck for changing material culture and socio-economic conditions from the 13th to the 16th century
    http://bit.ly/15UY235

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  7. Open Access Archaeology Digest #481

    Excellent Open Access (free to read) articles:

    Thomas Hadden: architectural metalworker
    http://bit.ly/17ksabQ

    Notice of Underground Chambers recently Excavated on the Hill of Cairn Conan, Forfarshire.
    http://bit.ly/YTOw0V

    Inaugural Address of Sir John Dorington, Bart., M.P., to the Annual Meeting of the Institute held at Gloucester
    http://bit.ly/12JVgxN

    Meldola (FC), Via Roma. Notizia preliminare sui recenti rinvenimenti.
    http://bit.ly/1nxuj9d

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  8. Open Access Archaeology Digest #480

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    The Ancient Bridges in Scotland, and their Relation to the Roman and Mediaeval Bridges in Europe.
    http://bit.ly/ZuHnAq

    A unique facade in Great Britain: the west front of Holyrood Abbey
    http://bit.ly/10utS4q

    Notes on Early Glass in Canterbury Cathedral
    http://bit.ly/13uGa1a

    Archaeological Sites on the Route of the Transversal of Ilok, the Motor Road from Ilok to Lipovac
    http://bit.ly/1oRfdOj

    On a Pre-Norman Clearstory Window and some additional Early Work recently discovered in Oxford Cathedral
    http://bit.ly/YGC1ax

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  9. Open Access Archaeology Digest #479

    Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles:

    SAINTS’ MEDALLIONS FROM BRKAČ NEAR MOTOVUN
    http://bit.ly/1npahxz

    Saint Paul Trois-Chateaux
    http://bit.ly/Z5NwmC

    Late pleistocene and Holocene settlement patterns and environment, Kakadu, Northern Territory, Australia
    http://bit.ly/1iCkw2G

    Notice of some Examples of Buff Armour and of Defences formed with Scales of Leather or of Plate
    http://bit.ly/13nQMhv

    Note of a Burnt Cairn dug out in Culcaldie Moss, near Lochinch, Wigtonshire, in a Letter to John Stuart, LL.D., Secretary.
    http://bit.ly/Y4rQwg

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  10. Open Access Archaeology Digest #478

    Today’s list of Open Access (free to read) articles:

    An Introduction to Santa Clara University’s Historical and Archaeological Riches
    http://bit.ly/14mwicd

    Notes: (1) Two Cists at Lunanhead, Forfar.
    http://bit.ly/XkIUyH

    A 12th century figure from Jedburgh Abbey
    http://bit.ly/12EF3zj

    Remarks on a Gem of the Lacoon
    http://bit.ly/113i1O0

    Notice of the Excavation of St Ninian’s Cave, Parish of Glasserton, Wigtownshire.
    http://bit.ly/14W138q

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  11. Open Access Archaeology Digest #477

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    Conserving Roman artefacts from a settlement in Essex
    http://bit.ly/1fUJ7AR

    The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire
    http://bit.ly/Z77hPd

    Saxon and medieval Newham
    http://bit.ly/1ba2FiM

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  12. Open Access Archaeology Digest #476

    Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here:

    Roma. Nuovi ritrovamenti in Via Ariosto sull’Esquilino.
    http://bit.ly/1jz6Rxr

    Modelli matematici per la ricostruzione dei paesaggi storici
    http://bit.ly/1jz6R0D

    Notice of some Ancient Burials in Orkney.
    http://bit.ly/11PmW5E

    Principal Components Analysis of Compositional Data in Archaeology
    http://bit.ly/1iypdKp

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  13. Open Access Archaeology Digest #475

    A nice batch of Open Access (free to read) articles:

    Symbolism in Norman Sculpture at Quenington
    http://bit.ly/19JLaFg

    Excavations at 1-3 High Street, Seaford, East Sussex.
    http://bit.ly/13WQaUG

    Excavations at Dundee High Technology Park, Tayside
    http://bit.ly/YEIpA2

    Inverness: an historical and archaeological review.
    http://bit.ly/115ICbC

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  14. Open Access Archaeology Digest #474

    Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:

    Too good to be true? Post-Lapita scenarios for language and archaeology in West New Britain-North New Guinea
    http://bit.ly/15TOXLu

    Note on a Pair of Iron Shears and a Hone Stone, found on the Site of the Crannog of Lochlea, near Kilmarnock.
    http://bit.ly/10khpRK

    Loch-in-Dorb, an Ancient Royal Fortress.
    http://bit.ly/ZuHnAq

    Coin Hoard, Castle Maol, Skye
    http://bit.ly/18ghe3a

    An early metal assemblage from Dail na Caraidh, Inverness-shire, and its context.
    http://bit.ly/19LMxAI

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  15. Open Access Archaeology Digest #473

    Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here:

    An early Hoabinhian skull from Vietnam
    http://bit.ly/1rOhfnp

    A Vinkovci Culture Urn Grave from the site at 40 Duga Ulica in Vinkovci
    http://bit.ly/1v17l1Q

    Digital spaces: Pompeii, the Internet, and beyond
    http://bit.ly/1rOhfUg

    Open source in archeologia. Nuove prospettive per la ricerca
    http://bit.ly/1rOhija

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